May 2, 2013 at 19:56:05
“I was thinking for a while before even dignifying your comment with any reply I think that the fact that you think that the government denying public services to a citizen is acceptable and going to the extent of criticizing private initiatives to get funds from the government is a clear indication of your bigotry.
I think that around 550,000 of abused men deserve services as the 600,000 abused women,rationalizing this discrimination speaks volumes about you,and adds nothing of a value to the discussion”
“"all 12 Senate Democratic women signed a letter to all 25 House Republican women urging them to **unite as women** " this sums it all,women who have been elected represent all of their constituency not just women,they should represent male victims of DV,their failure to do that means a total failure in women's participation in the political process,they have to look past the gender of the victim”
Kara Kramer on Jan 17, 2013 at 18:41:04
“The bill DOES represent all victims of domestic violence.
The appeal is based on the fact that women are the victims in 91% of cases, nothing more.”
Deb Stone on Dec 28, 2012 at 15:50:36
“They need to look past gender and ethnic background. We need to treat every American citizen as an equal. Until our government does this we will always have this great divide. But that is what our politicians want.”
Jun 11, 2013 at 19:33:40
“it's hard to find a feminist writing a balanced article about any subject affecting men,boys and fathers,this article is not an exception.
the writer assumes that a father has to take the role of a mother to have fairer contribution to his family.
My brother is the main supporter of his family,the sacrifice that he has to do each week working 70 hours to support the mother and the children is enormous.
the writer wants to measure it with the number of diapers that my brother changed,he wears an old shoes while his wife and children wear the best,he cuts his spending so that they can spend ..
each time I call him on skype his children will be around him,he'll be the happiest man on earth while holding his baby boy is his hands,yet each morning he leaves his home to go through hell to make sure that his wife and children will have what they need.
life is not easy and what make it harder is this demonizing tone,that trivializes the sacrifice of fathers who're not even looking for a Thank You.”
Nov 30, 2012 at 22:26:52
“Too happy that the father was killed?! one less of the pigs,one less oppressor,one less privileged male,cannot control your self going from one comment to the other to hide the discrimination and silence the victim supporters.feel like silencing them too.
these are the symptoms of feminism.”
YankeeCanuck on Dec 1, 2012 at 01:11:24
“What are you talking about. It appears an innocent man, by all accounts a good and devoted dad, was killed. His ex-wife and her relatives have been charged with his murder --seemingly conspired together because of a custody battle. It's pretty clear--if they are guilty, and it does not look good for them--that he should have been awarded custody.
What the heck are you talking about. What more can be done now that the first reportable thing that has happened is that these people conspired and committed a murder? Aside from locking them up, trying them, and if guilty-- jailing them for a few lifetimes?”